“Peter Lindbergh: A Different Vision on Fashion Photography” will be on view from September 10, 2016 until February 12, 2017 at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam, Holland. Just two days before the exhibition opens, the photographer will be giving an exclusive masterclass for students.
After four decades working in the fashion industry, Peter Lindbergh is regarded as one of the most influential fashion photographers of all time. His vision and notably his iconic black and white photographs have helped create super models, and even launched the careers of models like Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Cindy Crawford. The realism but yet cinematic and emotive feel of Peter Lindbergh’s photographs are instantly recognizable and have been featured in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, among others.
Opening September 10, the Kunsthal Rotterdam in the Netherlands will be showing the “Peter Lindbergh: A Different Vision on Fashion Photography,” an exhibition on the German photographer’s extensive work. It will be a large-scale retrospective of Lindbergh’s work; his most iconic photographs, but also materials varying from unseen photographs, polaroids, personal notes, and storyboards will be on show at the Kunsthal gallery. Peter Lindbergh has also included film excerpts and interviews with collaborators, models, and actors. It will be a chance for the fans to get an in-depth insight into his vision and his creative process.
Before the exhibition is due to start, Peter Lindbergh will be giving a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to students only. A masterclass will be held in the Kunsthal auditorium on Thursday, the 8th of September. The most exceptional aspect of this opportunity is that participation is free (yes, you read that right!). All you have to do is register on this website and present a valid student ID along with your email confirmation from the website when attending. That simple!
To buy tickets to the exhibition “A Different Vision on Fashion Photography,” please visit the Kunsthal website here.
And to learn more about the exhibition itself, click here.